Botanischer Garten (Botanical Garden and Museum)

Be immersed in nature at Berlin's Botanical Garden and Museum

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50 % savings with the
Berlin WelcomeCard

off standard adult ticket price

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50 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
All inclusive

Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

off standard adult ticket price

Buy your ticket

Current notice: The Botanical Museum is expected to be closed until the end of 2023. The reason is extensive modernization.

Redwood forests, Siberian steppes, and lush tropical rainforests, all within the AB zone! The Botanical Garden and Museum is home to exotic flora from around the world, and makes for a relaxing break from the urban jungle outside. There are over 40 hectares full of diverse plant species, including palms, cacti, orchids, and even carnivorous plants. No matter the season, this is the ideal place to be re-energised by the spirit of the natural world, learn more about plants, and enjoy landscapes from both near and far.

Berlin goes green

Berlin is one of the hottest destinations in all of Europe, with history, arts, culture, and nightlife unlike any other city's. Regardless of visitors' interests, they'll find an incredible variety of experiences. Steeped in a long and tumultuous history, the city boasts iconic sites such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Topography of Terror, and the Berlin Wall Memorial, which can’t be missed. However, there's another side to Berlin, with scenic canals for strolling, leafy parks for picnics and sport, and stately manicured gardens. The city presents many opportunities to relax and rejuvenate amid verdant surroundings and the sweet songs of wildlife.

Where the city really blooms

A nature lover's delight, the Botanical Garden and Museum is home to around 20,000 different types of plants from around the world, arranged in natural landscapes that transport visitors to anywhere from Balearic forests to the mountains of Japan. The main attraction is the Great Pavilion, a heated palm house in which visitors can enjoy strolling through desert landscapes and experience the vitality of a tropical rainforest. The Botanical Museum exhibits rare plants that are difficult to observe outdoors, as well as fossils, scale models, and miniature habitats.

For a trip that comes up roses

The best way to get to the Botanical Garden and Museum, and around Berlin without missing a beat, is the Berlin WelcomeCard. It provides unlimited access to all public transportation and saves you money with more than 200 discount offers of up to 50%. The Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive even includes free entrance to 30 top attractions, perfect for first-time visitors who want to experience it all while having enough money left over for a currywurst or two. It’s the official tourist ticket of Berlin, and the most popular, with more than 12 million tickets sold.

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